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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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.j,, 4 a rJ Civilian and Serviceman of the Month.See stories on Pages 4 and 5.
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SEE-ti1'ORTIIY Karen SmalR ood, a Sunken Gardens Fla. model makes swabbing .
the deck detail volunteer for. The U.S. Coast Guard hopes that your boat, SERVICES set for TuesdayJaxThe

like shlp-shape Karen has all the necessary equipment for a safe. and pleasant :
'oya e. See page 19. NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Jacksonville Blood Bank's mobile unit willbe

Sunday behind the NAS Dispensary, Building 8, commencingDivine

Worship at 8:30: at 8 a.m., Tuesday, to accept donations to the Navy-Civil
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12 30 p.m. Senior Youth at no cost for the blood needed.

if JAX: AIR NEWS" I : Fellowship Evening 1:30 Worship: p.m. 7:30: During the past seven months, 136 pints of blood were

e p.m. at the Small Chapel. released to civilian
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H t t] Tuesday families, with one employee requiring 24.

h::I The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed tk ,. p.m Senior at Choir Bldg.Rehearsal 750 and 7 All employees who wish to contribute are asked to

:. each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida, Christian Science Service 8 contact t their supervisors so that they can be scheduled. I
it by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. All Copy submitted p.m. at the Small Chapel.' between
.: for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public 8-11:45: a.m. and 1.2:45: p.m.
:r Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12.00: noon on Monday NAVAL HOSPITAL Volunteers are urged to eat breakfast-lunch but it
welcomed from all' sources ,
before publcatioNews! items are
s Divine 9:30 .
Worship : a mat should
Telephone 7723118 or 3119. St. Lukes consist of very little fatty foods and liquids if
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made eaten within four hours of the scheduled reporting time.
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race NATTC
.. creed.color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user or patron. Protestant Worship A volunteer who is under 18 years of age, unmarried,
A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal op. Service, 10:30: a.m. in and who does not have written from his
portunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print adv Building 500 permission
vertising from that source." parents will not be allowed to donate. Also, employees
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries concerning CATHOLIC with
a history of hepatitis low
such should be directed toe: Saturday Mass 5 p.m. at malaria, diabetes or

St Edward's Chapel. rnnnFKeSSUreLasJweI1 as those with colds, flu, or fever
# j Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11
..... u.y.THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY a.m. Daily Mass.Monday, accepted. Pregnancy is also a bar to donating.
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Telephone 387.3566 Friday 11 30 a.m. Wed
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-Fall is the traditional time to think about going to college and,
if your thoughts are so turned,now is the time for action. HURRICANE WATCH IN EFFECT!
The University of North Florida is offering a modest selection of ALLJAXAIRUNITOFFICERSSTANDBY FOR...
courses on station for academic enjoyment.There is a little something

for everyone.The major.thrust of anticipated courses will lead to Bachelors and HURRICANE SHIPWRECK!

Masters Degrees in Management.The first graduate course in what is
hoped to be a complete set of MBA offerings will be Management 512 ,
"Organizational Management." This is a required course for degree EVACUATION SHELTER: NAS JAX O'CLUB
candidates who do not have an undergraduate degree in business.In .

addition to this course, two undergraduate upper level Business ENTERTAINMENT: Two Band; Featuring World Famous-AII Navy
courses will also be offered. The first is Marketing "Principles of
Marketing",which will include analysis techniques, product planning, STEEL BANDSURVIVAL
promotion,distribution and pricing.This is one of the required courses
for a bachelors degree in Management and one of the basic courses in RATIONS .
: All the Shrimp you can Eat .
what is expected to be offered here.
a complete management sequence
All the Beer you can Drink (Bring a Tin Can)
The second undergraduate course offered will be LEC 310 "Foun r
Hurricane Punch I
dations of Land Economics" (Real Estate). This course is presentedas
Assorted Buffet
a dual function course: it can be incorporated into the Management
mentioned above but of broader interest this
sequence ; a course
DRESS: Tropical Rags Long or Short (Ultra-Casual)
, satisfies the educational requirement for a Florida real estate

salesman's license. PENETRATION TIME: 7:30: P.M. Sept.'21 ,:. .,
Last, but not least, is an undergraduate sociology course SOC 971 i I ,r. r" ,
"The Quest for Identity". The normal sequence of courses usually TICKETS: On Sale at O'Club .':; '. ;' '
allows for a number of what are termed "Venture Courses" such as Ii' :
this one. One of the purposes of these courses is to bring about a more ,',. >?" .

intensely personal relevance. MIDNIGHT SURPRISE!
SOC 971 is no exception. This course will include consideration of
the troubled conscience of American Society its quest for identity and Sponsored by VW-4 and VC-2
; the endless crisis involving social movements, militancy sex, drugs
and new life styles.
For more information about these courses,call the Navy Campus for -
Achievement Office at 772-2477 or drop by Bldg.500, Room 246.
I" Financial assistance is available through both the Tuition Aid GATEWAY
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By Albert B.Close L:1r:
Jax-Costa Rica has issued two series in recent months which are

typical of their conservative yet genuinely philatelic approach. .
July saw the five part set (SO, 6S and 85 centavos; 1.25 and 2 colones)
commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Instituto Costarricense de
Electricidad (I.C.E.). This Costa Rican Electrical Institute oversees
the production and consumption: of electric utilities for the country. : '
August brought the 65 centavos and 3 colones commemorative of the
Fifth Interamerican Philatelic Exhibition EXFIL-MEX-74 U.P.U. ;
which takes place in Mexico City, Mexico October 26th to November3rd k'

of this year.It :* ,
is noted that the new rate for colones in relation to U.S. dollars is :
c8.54 to$1.00 or one Costa Rican colon is equal to 11.7 U.S. cents. That
makes Costa Rica a very attractive vacation spot for tourists carrying
UJS. dollars. .
EXPLO'74,one of history's largest Christian gatherings, took place
the week of Aug. 13.18 in Seoul, South Korea. The Republic of Korea
has issued two outstanding commemoratives in honor of this event: ,
both with 10 won values.
This second International Training Congress in Evangelism has the
theme "Jesus Revolution and Spiritual Explosion". With over 15,000
foreign delegates representing 110 countries with over 14,000 churchesin .J
Korea and abroad, this congress is the sequel to the EXPLO '72 --' _f
which was held in Dallas, Texas.
Walker (Left), NAVAIRLANT's new Master Chief
South Korea has also released commemoratives for the new Seoul NEW NAVAIRLANT MCP -OSMC Robert J.
Subway (10 won) and two more Korean Musical Instruments (10, 30 Petty Officer,Is congratulated by VAdm. F.H. Michaelis, COMNAVAIRLANT. Looking on Is Master
L. Johnson, the outgoing NAVAIRLANT MCPO. MCPO Walker reported
won). Chief Petty Officer Virgil
This month the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg releases two pairs and from the USS John F. Kennedy and MCPO Johnson will assume new duties at NAS Oceana.

two single commemoratives honoring Gothic Architecture (2), 100th
Anniversary of the Universal Postal Union ((2)), 30th Anniversary of Serviceman
NCI Jax
BENELUX countries' customs union, and foundation of the city Dycus Top
Differdange. All but one of these are 4 franc items. The second of the
the Month is NCI Clinton W. .
U.P.U. set is 8 francs. Jax-August's NAS Jax Serviceman of Dycus.As
a Career Counselor and Instructor at the COMNAVAIRLANT Career Information Center, he
Mushrooms are the subject of a trio of Red Cross postal tax stampsout
this month in Finland. The surcharges of .05, .10 and .15 Fmk will instructs officer and enlisted students on the rights and benefits available to them as the result of a
be used to aid the Finish Red Cross' general program. For over 25 Navy career and being a veteran.
years mushrooms have been a big export item as a food product from According to a letter from Cdr.E.G.LJghtsey,Military Personnel Officer, nominating him for the
Finland. honor, Petty Officer Dycus has "consistently performed his instructional duties..in an exemplaryand

Finland will also release a U.P.U.centenary set (two stamps) on the highly professional manner. He has demonstrated leadership, interestenthusiasmand untiring
actual date of the anniversary: Oct. 9, 1974. devotion to the task of informing students of the many benefits available to them.
"Without exception, Petty Officer Dycus reflects mature judgement, confidence in the Navy,
imaginative instructional techniques and above all has a desire to improve job performance and
HONDA HONDA HONDA retention of highly qualified Naval personnel
"His immaculate appearance reflects great pride in his service. His good natured attitude and
cheerful manner have contributed significantly to the morale of the instructor staff and student
outlook at the NAVAIRLANT Career Information Center."

For winning the Serviceman of the Month honor NCI Dypus received a etlticate.fordifttlex,a free
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R. Merkel, an Office Appliance Repairer in the Public
Works Maintenance Division, has been picked NAS Jax's Civilian .
Employee of the Month for August. With one other Office Appliance
Repairer, he is responsible for the repair and maintenance of ap-
proximately 1700 office machines here.
During the past year, his shop's workload has increased tremen
dously due to the arrival of the new HS squadrons. ri
According to a letter him (
nominating as the top NAS civilian em-
ployee, "Mr. Merkel has accepted this challenge and continued to n .ru p
maintain his usual top quality work. He in constantly striving to improve -
the efficiency of the shop (and) carries out his work with an 'J i 1 _
absolute minimum of supervision.
"Mr. Merkel makes an 'all-out' effort to maintain and improve
customer relations between the various activities and the Public Works
Department. He also takes the time and effort to instruct personnel in
the proper care of their machines. 4+ t
"He contributes greatly to the morale in the shop and is always
willing to give his fellow workers a helping hand. ...Mr.Merkel keepsup
with current events,modern improvements and various methods of
repairs used by other shops throughout the country by personally
corresponding with companies and repair shops.
"He receives the latest repair manuals and literature on new
machines from many office equipment companies (and) visits the ,
parts supply companies in Jacksonville to keep himself acquaintedwith
the available parts in stock."
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downtown USO center will hold its bi-monthly Hospital 40 YEARS OF SERVICE-John E. Stratton has been cited by the Secretary of the Navy for com-
Party tonight at the Naval Hospital. pleting 40 years of Federal service. Stratton served 21 years with the Navy before entering Civil
Junior Volunteer hostesses will visit the patients with cookies, cakes Service.
and punch. Special entertainment will also be provided.The .
party is scheduled to begin at 6:30: p.m. and last until 8:45: p.m.
Other USO happenings planned this month include the following: 6
Sept. 6: The Friday night dance will begin at 8 p.m. Krazy Man Cal Merit Promotion InfoJax
will spin the latest sounds and Junior hostesses will be available for L
dancing. All service personnel are welcome.
Sept. 7: Dance at NAS Jax's Candlelight Restaurant starting at 8
p.m.with music provided by the Bobby McDowell Quartet. -The following positions have been advertised under the Jacksonville NAS Merit Promotion
Sept. 11:Surprize Dance Night featuring some unusual activities for Program since our last issue:
everyone at the downtown USO ((318 North Ocean St.). Dancing will No.176-74: Utilities General Foreman,WS-14 (Closing Date Sept. 16)) Local ..
start at 8:30: p.m. No. 177-74: Supervisory AC Examiner (AEM),WN-7(Closing Date Sept 17)) Local ..
Sept. 14: Dance starting at 8:30: p.m.with Super Mike Cooper as DJ. No. 178-74: Supervisory Supply Technician,GS-7 (Closing Date: Sept. 19) Local.
Sept. 18: Monthly planning meeting for the downtown USO center's All career and career-conditional employees are urged to look for the Merit Promotion an-
Junior Volunteer girls.Dance will follow at 8:30: p.m. with Al Albert as nouncements on the official bulletin boards in their work areas at least once a week for new an
nouncements.There are many announcements that are open continuously. .
DJ.Sept.. 19: Hospital Party at Naval Hospital from 6:45: p.m. to 8:45 Copies of these are available at the Rating Branch, Civilian Personnel Department, Bldg. 907,
p.m. Room 111A.Employees.
Sept. 20: Dance begins at 8 p.m. with Krazy Man Cal spinning the should contact the Rating Branch at Ext.2320 to inquire about positions in which they
sounds. are interested.

Sept.21: Dance at 8:30: p.m.with Super Mike Cooper.
Sept 25: USO Junior Volunteer training session at 7:30 p.m. Any
girls between the ages of 17 and 27 are welcome to attend and learn .; -'-
about USO activities. Dance will follow at 8:30: p.m. '( 'O. '
Sept. 27: Birthday Party Dance honoring those who had a birthdayin 'AlPlllit'

August. Special gifts and prizes will be given and Krazy Man Cal -. 7 ,
will be DJ starting at 8 p.m. C/ft :t Tift
Sept. 28: "Girl of the Quarter Dance" at 8:30: p.m. honoring the rOI.lI'' sr
Junior Volunteer girl who has displayed exceptional volunteer work 11. 'If
with the USO over the past three months. This dance is semi-formal. o'O"
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Jax-All Saints Chapel is planning two special services to welcome
home friends of the Chapel after the summer holidays.
During Sunday's 11 a.m. service, special music will be presented by
members of the Vacation Church School, Teen College and Chapel -
Choir. Miss Cindy Bright will accompany organist Mrs. Mary Dare 'i1 S 9
Newman on both piano and flute.
At 7:30: p.m. the Chapel will sponsor a musical program given by the _
Old King's Road Chorus, a group of 25 men who sing BarbershopMusic T
a cappella. A love offering will betaken and given to their 4

charity, the Institute of Logopedics, which is concerned with children
who have speech and hearing problems. A social hour with desserts

and coffee or juice will follow the program and a nursery will be .
provided.The r.i
first monthly meeting of the Protestant Women of the Chapelwill
be held Monday, Sept. 9, in the All Saints Chapel Choir Room.
After a short business meeting, Chaplain John Goad will conduct the
first of a series of studies on Women of the Bible. All women are
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MONEY PLAN INNOVATORS-DPI Rudolph Sullivan (Right) is congratulated by NARU CO, Capt. C.D. Gilpin for
the work he and DPI Duane D. White (Center) did in designing a computerized system to handle
NARJAX recruiting leads.



Retirementincome Idea pays off for NARU pairJax


DPI Duane D. White and DPI Rudolph Sullivan of the NARU data processing section have
and received a combined check of$250 from the NARJAX Beneficial Suggestion Board.
a The two Petty Officers received the award for developing a computerized system that handles
some 6,000 recruiting leads that NARJAX handles annually.Six .
computer programs they developed replaced a card file system which took 500 manhours each
year to maintain and boasted an accuracy rate of about 85 percent,at best.The new system also has
family legacy.
eliminated duplication of inputs,overlooked recruiting leads and contacts due.
Most importantly, the new system has freed NARJAX recruiters of administrative duties, affording
more time for contact with prospects.The .
without touching a penny of your savings! Reserve command figured the savings in manhours during the first, year of operation to be

$%500.Recruiter production here also-showed a marked increase of 32 percent,largely through a 154
Sound far-fetched Not with our Perpetual Money Plan! percent increase in face-to-face contacts.

As a member you can have from $4 to $208 a month The newly developed system also received the support of the Chief of Naval Reserve, who has
indefinitely.without reducing your savings! Or, even recommended the system for use throughout the Reserve command.
higher monthly income is available each month from

five to thirty jears'! --"_----.----.------ PLUMBER
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TOOLS
If you have accumulated from $1,000 to $50,000 savings,
let jour free Perpetual Money Wheel show you what our Blanding

Perpetual Money Plan can do for your future! Dr. J. Padmanabhan M.D. Ph: 771-3300


And, for folks who haven't accumulated these savings,

there are 200 exciting ideas right on the same Perpetual Announces Opening Of Her Office.... RYDER TRAINS
I
Wheel for income in the ahead.
building
Money years For The Practice l' :
Pick up jour free Perpetual Money Wheel today. x Of TRACTOR. TRAILER
4' Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology

'/" i;; '1' 'h" \ '. .' Suite 116, Kingsley Center r DRIVERS
.. gieat 1279 Kingsley Ave. Train to drive tractor/trailers with a
: to ben senes of Home Study lessons on
the i' Orange Park, Florida safety, rules of the road, etc. Then
: '. '." come to a Ryder Training Center for
1 cpj t j 264.5601 264.3541 284.5015 on-the-rig eiperience.
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CPamilr" ) FOR LOCAL INFO.CALL
'-, .--.- ., --.. -.. .. ._ 355.7036RYDER
TECH INST.
Fla. Nat'l Bank Bdg.Suite90S!
Jacksonville, Florida

CPI TCPEDE10L HOME OffiCE ATLANTA, GAAPmOVED ,
FOR VETERANS EDUCATION 1

Savings and loam ..associationof .,
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Insured up to $20,000 by F.S.L.I.C. Mustang ,.

12 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU

DOWNTOWN DURKEEVILLE BRANCH
Adams and Julia 1815 N. Myrtle Ave.
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PH.3548443SOUTHWEST PH. 354-4175 MOBILE HOMES INC.<

BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH
Cedar Hills Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street 9940 ATLANTIC
PH.771.0422 PH. 338.1204NORTHSIDE BOULEVARD 724.8188
((1 BLOCK EAST OF
REGENCY
BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH SQUARE)

Gateway Shopping Center 101 Monument Road BLANDING BLVD;, ORANGE PARK 264-0569
PH.765.5538 PH.7251270UNIVERSITY 4118 PHILIPS HIGHWAY
737-4366
NORMANDY BRANCH BLVD. BRANCH -------*.--
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5911 Normandy Blvd. 5631 University Blvd.W. : $200 MUSTANG----"".--------------..
PH.781-1383 PH. 131.0833SOUTHSIDE iN MOBILE HOMES INC. 81
$200
IN Issued to
BRANCH BEACH BRANCH '"" M'
Telephone
1326 Prudential Dr. 231 S.Third Sf.Jax Beach 1 Address 11'1c
PH. City
378-7088
PH.246.4801 State Zip <
CLAY COUNTY BRANCH I:
Only one Certificate may be used toward Bv :
2221 Kingsley Ave. MOBILEOFFICEServing IlL the Purchase of a Mobile Home GOOD UNTIL SB
Orange. Park, Fla. Baldwin Id MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES!:INC. Date ArTER TEN DAYS DATE S

PH. 264-1257 and Macclenny, Florida ..__..________..- OF ISSUE !I
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1438 CASSAT AVENUE PH.384-3407 Il ': cars: or7IMS"
FOR SERVICE&GOVT.EMPLOYEES ONLY
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$500 CASSAT AVENUE -jL-HOMES I
JCQQ I &ZENITH COLOR.BLACK WHITE
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WELCOME HERE
Only one Certificate may be used toward the Purchase of a *) piUP&*Euvawkf *.' .
Mobile Home. Void unless signed authorized :'fk p irq.1otorI: k'frfeji'kflmaM \j: : "WC SELL THC BEST *. SCRVtCC TMK REST"Grant
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DAY CARE 7 AM i PM
*i&th & One childdncludes( hot lunch) ............:.S1IWK. I
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i!1 MILITARY DISCOUNTS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
This SpaceAvailable Owned & Operated by Edward & Lucille Jowers
TOP QUALITY NAME RAHD
'*"k"FV."ut'uur"::. APPUACEc" '''''''*':''1{:)'1 BIFF BURGERFRIED

I' : CARPET$ $. DRAPI3MAT1EftE HIDE-AEV i: :,;::;:I' CHICKEN OR SHRIMP

:::'J{ IUOItUU. tUQfHA"Y.tHT..HGt:' : (Fried with our special recipe) _
For Rent! .STEAK, BAR-B-Q FISH SANDWICHE
.HAMBURGER & HOT DOGS

___lK.! 5551 ROOSEVELT BLVD PHONE J88-JIS2
Call 387-3566 (Venetia Village IV ml.'from NAS)
TAKE OUT SERVICE OR CALL IN ORDERS



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ENGINES & TRANSMISSIONS EXCHANGED
MEMBER Major AppUncu A TV & Servk* of...
Florida Septic Tank Asociation SPRING MOTORSVOLKSWAGENS
APPLIANCE & .ZENITH' ..
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New Tanks Clean Outs :::: JfaI --FEDDE'RSMAGICHEF* :

Repairs Filter Beds ::z :::% TAPPAN .,.
.ELECTROPHONIC HIGHWAY 17 GREEN COVE SPRINGS"WALL
ORANGE PARK. GREEN COVE SPRINGS "Your Old Trade,Ins are VVorthMof* Cult at CASH VALUE"
?" WOLGEMUTH "SMITTY" H.E.SMITH
244-4027 284.3860 5043 NORMANDY BLVD PHONE 781-3452





SAVE TIME AND MONEY


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PAr.1. = A JAX. AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER
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Project S-A-V-E launched .



NARF trying to be top "cost cutter"JaxNARF I




has embarked on ,an ambitious program to earn top spot among
the Navy's industrial plants for Fiscal Year 1975 cost reduction achievements.


Project S-A-V-E is an all hands endeavor in which every employee has been

challenged to submit at least one "cost cutter" during the year which will resultin

the saving of time, labor or materials to the Navy. With more than 2800 em-

ployees on the rolls, NARF aims to better the third place position it held amongall

rework facilities for the fiscal year ending June 30.

An ,overwhelming cost-consciousness among NARFs in the past few years

makes the effort more difficult than simply attaining 100 percent of goal. During

Fiscal Year 1974, not only did all the NARFs exceed 100 percent, the top con-

tender achieved 477.8 percent of its established goal, while NARF Jax, at 260.5

percent, placed third. 1iILr1'


Local interest in the campaign is being generated through publicity, depart- IIi, I
mental competition and. acceleration of the incentive programs designed to

reward employees who contribute significantly to cost reduction.
IINARF'S

NARF's award for craftsman of the quarter has been replaced by a "Craftsmanof

the Month" program. Candidates for the award are nominated by supervisorson

a continuing basis throughout the year and each month a winner is selected for

appropriate recognition by NARF C.O., Capt. C.E. Boeing. The 12 monthly
winners will compete for the title of "Craftsman of the Year," NARF's outstanding -

employee for FY 75.

a
Ralph D. Clark, an electronics instrument mechanic, recently was selected as
the first "Craftsman of the Month." As lead journeyman for installation and

testing of ground support equipment aboard Navy aircraft carriers, Mr. Clark
has produced error-free work for three consecutive years. He was cited for

special assignments aboard the USS Saratoga and USS Independence resultingin

100 percent capability of sensitive systems during recent sea trials.
FIRST CRAFTSMAN OF THE MONTH Ralph D. Clark,

Departmental standings in NARF's cost reduction campaign will be reflectedin works on the Power Supply Programmer Test Stand used for voltage
monitoring of individual modules of the A-7E antenna .receiver. I
an oversized graph to be placed in the main lobby. .


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8 WAYS TO MAKE ;




YOUR SAVINGS PAY



1 Make sure you are receiving the HIGHEST rate possible on your Don't LOSE your quarterly dividends. Money withdrawn before
regular savings account. Jax Navy Federal Credit Union pays 6 6. the end of a quarter will not earn dividends. If you need your
per cent per annum.HIGHER than any bank or savings & loan. money but cannot wait until the end of the quarter, make a Jax
Navy Federal Credit Union SHARE.COVERED LOAN, then
repay at the beginning of the following quarter.
2 Be sure your savings are PROTECTED. All Jax Navy Federal
Credit Union share accounts are insured up to $20,000 by the 7 Invest in Jax Navy Federal Credit Union BLUE & GOLD CER.
National Credit Union Administration, an agency of the federal TIFICATES for a maximum return with short.term Investment
government. requirements. Be alert to the stiff penalties assessed by other
financial organizations for early withdrawal of your money.

3 Look for SPECIAL PROTECTION of your savings. Share accounts Term certificates pay 6Va PER CENT INTEREST with a
of minimum Investment of$1,000 when held for one
eligible members are covered by life savings insurancefor year.
an amount equivalent to the money deposited In the member'sshare Dally certificates pay SVa PER CENT INTEREST from the date
account-up to $2,000. of purchase with minimum Investment
of$500. ..and there's NO
time requirement.

Save REGULARLY and AUTOMATICALLY. Civilian .
4 payroll 8 Encourage your ENTIRE FAMILYt .
save.Eachof
deduction and military allotments assure you that a predeter. .dents..no matter how your depenyoun9"
mined amount of Income is y become a Jax Navy Federal
your regularly deposited into your Credit Union member and
share account. With LIFETIME maintain his own savings account.
MEMBERSHIP, your family
Civilian payroll deductions may be Initiated simply by coming to always be eligible to receive the credit union's members will
any Jax Navy Federal Credit Union office. Military allotments on savings even when high dividend rate
they're ,
grown
are started at the Navy Finance Office on either base. or occupation. regardless of their location


Make TODAY'S DOLLARS count in the future. You'can request FOR MEMBERS ONLY,
S'. that your military, civilian, Social Security, and Railroad A limited quantity of tickets are available for tonight's
Retirement checks be sent DIRECTLY to your share account at home game Thursday, Sept. 5th, In the Gator Bowl.
Jax Navy Federal Credit Union. Stop by any of our branch offices These seats. are located In Group I II I, between the 25 and
to begin adding your retirement checks directly to your account 30 or yard more'elsewhere..nes. OUR PRICE' IS $$a ticket. you'd pay $7
each month. Com by any of our four offices to
purchase
your tickets.


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ROOSEVELT MALL HAS CECIL FIELD Bldg.26
NAS.IAxBldg.3?
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Tel.3 4 1391 Tel. 773'9894 or Base ext.215 Tel.387-5422 or Base ext.2431 CLAY COUNTY
Mon..Frl.10AM.5:3OPM Mon..Frl.8:3OAM.3:3OPM Mon..Frl.9AM,4.30PM Tel 264.75" '9Q Arora Blvd near Orange Park
Sat.9AM.1PM Tues,Thurs.Fri. 12PM.3PM
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I dill frank exponent of sight conservation I



Jax-Mr. Bill Frank, nationally known exponent of sight conservation, was the
guest speaker i at the
Public Workr Department's last monthly safety meeting. A
Encouraging the use of safety glasses,he told his personal experiences of pain, re
fear, insecurity and other disadvantages associated with switching from a
normal life to one of total permanent darkness. I

Mr. Frank was blinded in 1945 when a grinding wheel exploded in his face while '

he wasn't wearing safety glasses. ,

The leading figure in several industrial eye safety films, Mr. Frank makes .
personal appearances for industry, schools and civic organizations.

Coordinators for the program were George S. Duckworth, the NAS Jax Safety

Manager, and Mrs. Ellen 0.Walker,Director of the Northeast Florida Branch of ,
the Society for the Prevention of Blindness.

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: PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEES listen as Mr. Frank shares his

: j ; experience,of being blind.





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TV'S Specializing Sea Food and ChickenSLY'S IN APARTMENT LIVING f

4743 Blandlng Blvd. m 1 12 3 BEDROOM, I AND 2 BATHS I
Phone:111.3300LEARN Spacious rooms wide windows, rsillf
SEA BUOY
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and party room. ;
Catering For: PRIVATE PARTIES 264-8102
CONVENTIONS GRAND OPENINGS .
THE RYDER WAY DINNER PARTIES WEDDING RECEPTIONS 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
Be a diesal truck driver or heavy I
equipment operator. Home study SMORGASBOARD FRIDAY SATURDAY& SUNDAYAla DIRECTIONS Between I
followed by resident training. Appr. Carte Every Day Blandlng Blvd. & Orange Park
for Vet. Educ. For local Info. call: 748 BLANDING BLVD(ViMI.No.Of 1-295))771.4440 Minutes away via new I 1295. ,
RYDER TECHNICAL INSTITUTEcall HRS Tues Fri,5pm.10pm Sun,12.9pm,Closed Monday ,
3557034. FJa Nat'l Bank Bldg. C7= :
Suite 905 Jax., Fla. Home Office: I I
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DONORS ... ... . .. h.. lI '.

Urgently Needed! I SALE i i11ImJR"II"aJIIMJ

Florida Plasma Corp.,319 West I
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Bay St. New donors bring this I 1 IWW;;; 1<
ad Open and Monday receive thru an extra Friday$2.00.til' Why pay full price when you can get it for less?
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p.m.
Since 1605



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look tired or S t 'There's No Place like Home" Monaco

hopeless call 2DrHTVT.PSPBAC $1 89'

us for help. military discountLaura 3050

We'll send you
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Penneys I ;'.: Truck 2 BR Front Den onfurn
Custom Includes Set Up and
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Cedar 771-6361 Hills. + I l 2595 $4495


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Green,'Commander Sea Based ASWWing All! c Fleet. r'
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;"'-(5J(,---r' ) / ... FEDERAL WOMEN'S' PROGRAM COORDINATOR..Connle Downey was the keynote speaker for S
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MILITARY "-- I' S '


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Only For Our 200th Birthday
RATES

,:,.:, 12 Minutes PH3 JIM PILBEAM

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ACTIVE MILITARY BE PERSONNEL SURE TO MILITARY CONTRACTORS ONLY. ,.,' and.. ". S ___ p FEED 3 OR 4 FOR ABOUT $14)0) PER PERSON- "
ASK FOR THIS RATE!

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fi jmrnaam y ; | of Orange par|< ".y" .. Bridge: Family Speci .

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$1150 5 That s all that separates you NOW NOW.
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a I SINGLE 1 Tiiiiii grounds Naval's community Base.most surround and spacious Quiet extensive, ,and wooded the apartment .:,>the r residences '< II! S$049 S$0494\=



different recreational floor facilities plans let you Six ''T EG. EG.

$ I ; choose from luxury one. two S S
1450 rkTr; and three bedroom gardenand
three bedroom town- ...JUST ONE OF THE MANY. /C .
house styles So if you're NOW ATDUVA / ..
MAKERS
u looking for the finest in living MILEAGE IncL'Vb.\ .fuel.Vt to.ilaw.4,rods.'* I 6
accommodations cross '
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the Buckman BridgewoodlaJte, rWI
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Offers good with coupons only at participating Chicken :' : '''Itf' '' ,
U.nI":1.t ted Family Restaurants only Not good in J U
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Includes Orange Parks Friendliest Service and.ItflhlJI .. .,. bination with other offers coupons or' comCh.: : i CI1ft\ \ PRIS"I .
T- A planned, luxury .$. : -
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r .t 1 CJl..... i Offer good thru Sunday, Sept. 1 iS.$, 1974'R' > IIPh:3876S41
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1.2.3.. Bedroom : ..1 I- 6501 NORMANDY BLVD. 5002 KERLE St.Corner( Cassat) .
24 HOUR RESTAURANT I II __ Garden Apartments 781-8922 786.9173
,.' 3 Bedroom Jownhouseswoodlalte .
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the Woman of the Week awards.The women were honored Friday at
Week at the Coffee Tea.
QUESTIONS 0 0 the Candlelight Restaurant.
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Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on I USEDCAMERASANDEQUIPMENT. I
your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, o I .WE PAY I
courteous answers, call us today.We won't ask your name l\s' I TOP DOLLAR 348-8535 I
ai: or talk shop unless you want us to.
BRING THIS AD WITH YOUI /
Dial FinanceWe .L-----=------J
don't want you to like us just for our money
: 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 e -- .
5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 "We've been playing with our bed again, haven't we, Wentworth -
4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314 .
1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764. 583 '
Sleiman Lone Star Center "HARDEE'S NEED'YOU...
6681 Arlington Rd. 724.9555 GUITAR PLAYERS If you want a new
Career in Fast Food
\I STUDIO Management in
, Southeast United
States...
r !: Growing
f *GUITARS -. Dynamic Company

fflokeUfeA r K AMPLIFIERS l expanding Westward...
-K INSTRUCTION top benefits including Gl

SalesRepairsRentalsMusic ... Bill and Stock Options".
&Accessories'
Write: Mr. Dick Heatly
little Co/to If!Jill." IIIIII.lU tit 1 II m II 1$11 lUll I.Rum
CLOSED WEDNESDAYS AND SUNDAYS Director of Personnel.
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: Spartan Food Systems,Inc
:-_. 5225 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 78MMO P.O.Box 3168
(Across from Pizza Inn at Normandy Mall) Sparta nburg, S.C 29302
2 bedroom
? apartments equippedwith

washers and dryers . '----
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all apartments have enclosed }r .i

occupancy.patios or balconies. Immediate- >> -'N-- o'w OPEN !.1 I

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featuring

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One& Two Bedroom Apartments in
all-adult rental community. ,., ,,' SPAGHETTI $21 i

606 Park Avenue(Highway 17)) {{
Orange Park,Fla.32073 Meat Sauce Salad Garlic Bread :Y'e :

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Phone 264.2031 COMPLIMENTARYWINE I

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$ atrI ti+
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PIZZAS;
f? STEAKS EGGPLANT SCAMPI ':

COMPLETE TAKE OUT SERVICE:0
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6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. t:=:
Open for lunch 11 Two
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(Formerly Dominies) ::=:
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786-0233 PI11

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5, 1974

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'I(VWWWOfiniiiiiiiMMi.CALL...i in : 387-3566 MOVIE

Ads should obstructed mailed to arrive not later than Tuesday
arriving late for this deadline will be published for PUblication the fOllowing Thursday. Ads
the
otherwise. A check or money order for fOllowing week unless the P0"1';'*"" Is 'In. Thursday Sept.5
.he cost mark and
of the ad must be received WITH Frederic Forrest."PG" .
the
RATE: minimum charge (3 lines) COpy. "EVERYTHINGYOUALWAYS
..$2.50 Per ((105 min.)
Mall to: HOLT PUBL.ISHING additional line ((4 words per line) ...60c WANTED TO KNOW ABOUTSEX"
CO..
4565 SHIRLEY Saturday,Sept. 7
AVE.
,
JACKSONVILL Comedy
------.y]" n Starring Woody
Allen and John Caradine. "R" (BA "CALIFORNIA FIRE

I RENTALS min. BRAND" Western (Matinee)
[L EMPLOYMENT I [ 65 PONTIAC BONNEVILLEJust
reconditioned new paint, new
Friday,Sept.6
JANITORIAL ORANGE PARK tires, Price $495 00. Ph. 7715826.NOCASHNEEDED "CONRACK" Human Interest
Part Time evenings 4P.M.-10P.M. 3BR. House Furn., 5 min. to NAS, "WHEN LEGENDS DIE"Drama Drama, Starring Jon Voight and
NAS JAX. 355-2741. Royal Services.MISCELtANEOUS Conv. to schools, will rent to families Starring Richard Wid- Paul Winfield. "PG" (106 min.)
or singles, no lease required. 264-6684. '65 Mustang, AT, runs good, $395. or -.:, = .

I I I L" MOBILE HOMES '." low mo. pymts. 388.6422.
|
LIVE CRABS About THE HAREM: *
the
Wilford's Fish Camp JUSTISS TRAILER' PARK --i'!

_264-9707 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern /
trailer and apts. 389-3007, Jp1UTIpNU
Qf J Open 4PMIALLNEWTOPLESS! j
AUTO AIR COND.SERVICEAlso DANCERS
home Central units & window ; '72 DORADO MOBILE HOME <' TOPLESS GOG04PM2AMRaised

AC, Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 38I-SU1.. 12X60, 2BR., WB' Step.up DR, Wet :
Show
4 Bar
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Bar, shag
carpeting. Payments only _
$112.63 mo. Make offer, call 388.0724 moe. 10 W. Church St. 3519671SECURITY

FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP DAILY days 771-2405 after 5OOPM.: ,
Also fresh crabs "
Call 264.0677.2AKC /- I
WE BUY AND SELL ">
?6-191
GOOD USEDMOBILE HOMES
Phone 319-44 GUARD
BASSATS Honoring the 200th anniversaryof
Male 3yrs., female 2yrs., best suited
the establishment of the
for country. Reasonable call after United Retired Welcome
Military
6PM 7729165. LET YOUR RENT States Army the United States
BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT Navy and the United States
DEPOSIT REQUIRED
SUMITMOBILE HOMES Marine Corps in'the year 1975
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTLike
new cond., full layout for Sand 5210 Phillips Highway,733-9422 the American Revolution Bicen- FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
with or Short Order restaurant. 2'- BRING THIS AD FOR $100.OFF tennial Commission (ARBC) has

6336. ,or 246 8383. approved a resolution encouraging OF ATLANTA'I
[ TRANSPORTATIONE2's&UPNOCASH f each service of the Armed
Forces JACKSONVILLE BRANCH
GEORGE'S KENNELS to incorporate an appro-
Dogs& Cats Boarded NEEDED---- priate insignia or device symbolicof ...has an opening on Its Security Force. Must be In

Since 1925. Grooming, training & Financing arranged, for low mo. the nation's Bicentennial, to be excellent physical condition and undergo strict

shipping. Visitors welcome. pymts. Good dependable. used carsa worn by active and reserve military security Investigation and firearms qualification( test.
Bankamerlcard & MaSlercharge good selection, 388 6422,
personnel with the uniform Salary $6700 yr. Apply In person, 515 Julia St. Mondaythru
honored. Off 1.10 near Cassal Ave.&
Edgewood Ave. during the years 1975 and 1976. Friday. IAn

5085 Edgewood Court,78IU25JEANS WANTED The ARBC also granted the equal opportunity employer_

USED MOTORCYCLES Secretary of Defense and the uniform -
Any shape, size, year, model, or
PROFESSIONAL condition. 3870551. and/or awards boards of the

DANCE ACADEMY respective Military Services the

Wesconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, use of the official symbol of the
I'
Bel lair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, NO CASH NEEDED American Revolution Bicentennial -
Jazz Hula. 'TahiUan, Baton, & '70 Duster,2DR., HT, stick, runs. good, for inclusion on such ,
Acrobatics. 995. or low mo. pymts. 388 6422. appropriate
Register Now, 771-2521,
771-5464, 778.3655 Children & Adults. insignias or devices. Big Chief Say:
The resolution states that the

Hi-Rise 1 1973'/2 Bars', HONDA Sissy Bar 500.4, Excellent Armed Forces of the United .a U Don't have to

SINGER ZIG ZAG Condition, $1500 Firm. 3871345.NOCASHNEEDED States "have served honorably,
Sewing machine, looks like new. 1973 faithfully, and constantly to defend I TOTE 'EM Big
Model Zig Zags, embroiders, ap
pliques, monograms, etc. Need American independence and Chief puts
someone to balance $64.80 or liberty whose origins we com
pay .
68 Mustang V 8, Mags, AT, $1095. or 'em on FREE!
assume $9.20 per month payments.Will low mo. pymts. 388.6422. memorate with the Bicentennialof
take trade. Phone 731 0255 Ask for the American Revolution."
Credit Manager. Will deliver, no
obligation.
1974 DUSTER
6 cyl.. R&H,3.Spd.,5,000Ml. ROLLAWAY MONARCH'S ..
$2375.,786.5167.NOCASHNEEDED.
GARAGE SALE BEDS HIGH
Singer sewing machine, new maple 4743 Blanding Blvd. e
cabinet/ $70. Shetland cannister Phone: 771.3300I PERFORMANCEHUGGER
vacumn $10., Xmas cards 50 cents '68 Plym. Satelite, AT, Air, $695. or t
box, Hand crocheted capes $20., Reel low mo. pymts. 388.6422. I I
type push mower $10., Multi-Flex t
Stereo $50. Exercise equipment and I
many other Items, 6878 Tom Thumb
Drive, Cedar Hills Saturday Sep

tember 7th or phone 7714105. STORE OR SHIP YOUR CAR !


|L REAL ESTATE ]I SPECIAL-DEAD STORAGE RATES ROAD

INDOOR STORAGE

Two TRAILER up to twenty LOTS acre WITH Tracts ACREAGE 5 mile 24 HOUR GUARD SERVICE SPECIAL I IProportionately

radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to LOWEST RATES IN TOWNI 95
THIS WEEK
!
$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far 21
below near-future values. Call Tony All Other Sizes A70UORD70U
George, 3895514. Eve. 7711976. NATIONWIDEAUTO

WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA Plat F.E.T.Uf .
Realtors Specialist STORAGE & RECOVERY Low to 2.31


VERY NICE 639 W. FORSYTH STREET PHONE 3536159HONDA FGJL60x14, EFGJL 60x15 Raised White Letter Tires

3 Bedrm. Home with Air Cond. & Available At Discount Prices.
/
range, serving bar between kitchen & Passenger Tire Guarantee '
LR, fenced backyard. Only $17,000-
VA. Call today. .Guaranteed 0901(1*) oil read haiardt for the Me.'the .t',"ol
JACK li.ad ll In*tail. w. will 0'.option. repair it free or ie-
FOREHAND place d.charging only I., .Iht trtad w.or on a prorata thore.,
6040103rd
St.between bases)
j the
current price piss loi
Corp. Realtor-M.L.S.771-"" ,, .
1 Gusro t..d 0' '"*' wear-out lot a ipectf>ed number mla
If tt.od wear out in lhi,p.nod. wt will roploc d.charging
for mAsoyes.d.n s prorata hoa.f tho current prico plw
FOSHEEREALTYImmediate OF JACKSONVILLESALES la u.C.mmscol..h.cl.s..dvd.d..
cash for your equity, none
too large or too small. SERVICE PARTS
3S8-15II Broker -


3BR.,2BA. BRICK
Range & refrigerator, enclosed
garage w-W&D connection, fncd.,
pecan trees, pay equity & assume ET
WIIIAMIAIGIID '
Pvmts.
$161.89Mo. Vansandt Realtor
389-3549. Open 8-6 Mon..Fri., 8-2 Sat
4 .

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FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS

Roplak (CONTACTJoe RET. NAVY) Realtor Ii.I........ 764-2419

Associate Blanding Representing Agency, Inc.Realtors 6425 NORWOOD AVE. k .t ? A A 4.

OFFICE zlli-$036 RESt781-771



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70 FORD GALAXY 500, PSP-
-"W "" "" "'_"W'oW'o""Y W"""""" "'W'"W w.w w.y.w.,.: .; .:<.....,.['For Rent-HYDE PARK BACAuto $995 or Trade for VW
ESTATES-3 bedroom Unfurnished

THE Flee-T MARKET house 1 bath, washer- Bus or Small..Wagon......... 771-6732

dryer hook-up, central air-heat
A FREE PERSONAL WAN rAD SERVICE J For Sale: 12x60 Northern Built
after 4:30
781-0755
:
for Military and Civilian Employees C'f NAS Ju and NAS Cecil Field MOBILE HOME, 2BR, UNF, AC,

-------- .: Carpet, Drapes 10x7 Shed $350
-------- >ISt> Heavy WALNUT COFFEE
Assume loan. Call 786-
; 1I. Equity
NT- 'TABLE w-drawer $15.00 Over-
FREE AD ORDER FORM stuffed green chair $10.00 772-8537 7464

(lADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) after 4:30
i Bargaln Nlmrod TENT

C.I I C. For Sale 1973 CHEVELLE TRAILER Sleeps Four-$250
Phone 389-6788
I WAGON, 350 CID V.8, Air, PWR
..........
I Brake and Steering, Radio, Tilt
SPINET ORGAN. NEW
I Wheel, 13,600 miles, $3000.00 Call
YAMAHA. $695. Beautiful tone.
,
3963 or 771-9711 Mike Maule
Call 264-6471

TYPE OR CLEAR PRINT ...0...BOY E ond REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW II GOLF CLUBS-8 irons, 3 woods,

I BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD putter, bag and cart, used 3 CORNET and case, $75, $180
value Call 781.3863
I months. Terrific bargain for only ,

$65.00 Call 264-6289
I Infants' Stroller, $4; music stand,
Name
I .;. Office or activity to which assigned I Baton Twirling MAJORETTE $3; room AIR PURIFIER to heIFremove :

I I OUTFIT-Blue Sequln-Sllver pollen, cigarette smoke
etc. 731-4571
I'Rank.Rate or Grade. Work Phone No. Signature I Skirt Plumed Hat White Boots-
Girls Size 810. Any reasonableoffer
I For Sale, 1972 YAMAHA 175
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested le; Full I 264-3760
military or civlian; employee: personnel assigned to name (typed or printed)of person submitting ad and I ENDURO. Helmets MIimeter!

NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field his signature grade or rank-rate office or activityto I DEHUMIDIFIER, Sears, Like Socket Set. 4600 miles. $475.00

,,, 2. Free advertising in the :|Vlee-T MARKET"will which he is assigned and office telephone. This New, Automatic Shut off, Call 772-9358 interested.For .
information is for authentication only and your ad I
be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor
I should be worded independently of this information. Removes 20 Pts of water dally
personal use as a residence offers to buy or sell I Sale 10 Foot Cab-over
:
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to Sold new for $110.00 Make offer
and from work announcements of educational S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in I 264-6289 CAMPER. Paneled interior
I the .following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
offered Stove Gas-electric ,
courses by nonprofit organizations or I Refrigerator
arriving after that date will be placed in the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be
accepted Heater, Toilet, Carpeted. 772.1966
following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime I 1971 CAPRI-Radio, Heater, Air
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or
I "Officially Reassign (for civilians leaving the unless submitted as prescribed above. I Conditioner, $1550 264-5915
I Jacksonville, area) are included in the wording of the For Sale: 19 Inch, Portable,
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied 4. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I Black and White TV with Stand.
I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR 70 FORD, GALAXY 500, PSP-
I Set of Golf Clubs. Call after
I NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide BAC, Auto$995 or trade for VW 7:30:
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I PM 781-2023
Small 771-6732
Bus
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed or Wagon

I in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No I .
BUICK SKYLARK V-8
1970 350
will be rejected. more than.two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I ORTEGA MANOR-3. BR. 2BA,
I Auto Trans. New Brakes and
accepted.
HDW
I Spacious 1550 Sq.Ft.,
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to -TMARKET" Shocks. Needs Muffler and Some
I
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1. Floors, Xtra Stor; Fireplace,
CO .
in I
Ads appearing to be the promotion of a Work HM1 Sandeckl Ext 436
I NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above Screened Porch, Wood Deck, Body
I
I OR requirements will be rejected. The publisher 10x14 Workshop, Prof. Landscaped
"Flee-T MARKET": Editor C-o AIRWINGER Box I' 3 ACRES 320x400 Switzerland
reserves the right to omit any or all ads. 4665 Blount Ave. 388-5292
I 111 NAS. Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms
-----------1 Elect Pole with light Lots of
.
,- ----------a.--.-------------a--ta.fa.--taa-f a..a.r trees, $6500 down and assume
1971 VW 411 4Door Sedan, AT,
Like mortgage of$4300 at Super month
Low miles
Radials, new,
Maple HUTCH and BUFFET, Must Sacrifice, 1969 DODGE Typewriter $150.00 Ext 2413 24MPG Ext 8423 264- 7 Percent No. 3310 or 264-4714
$1995.00 or
very nice perfect, 3 months old VAN, Rebuilt V8, Standard

paid almost $300 Sell $199 Musts Trans, New tires & Mags, In dash For Sale 30inch Sears Kenmore 3389 after 5pm GARAGE SALE: 7444 Greenway

e 771.1184 AM-FM 8 track, Carpeted and GAS RANGE, White, Built-in- Maternity Clothes, Utility Table, Dr. (Ortega Hills) 30" range,
Paneled. It's a Steal for $1500.00or Griddle, Like New. Phone 264- slide projector typewriter-misc.
Man waist 32 clothes, Baby
CUTLASS SUPREME 73 4D best offer Call 264-7949 0260
Sept 7-8 0900-1700 388-7721
Newborn
Clothing -Up, New
power Brakes, Windows,
plywood 1/4 thick, basin, All
Steering, Air Cond, Clean, Exc GOLF CLUBS-Full Set Bristol Single BED, Box Springs and reasonable 786.5496 MOBILE HOME Must Sell

Cond., low mileage, 771.3698 after Irons 2 thru Wedge-Ben Hogan Innerspring Mattress, Head. Sacrifice First $1200 Cash 772-

4:30: Woods 1,3,4, Bag $60.00 264-6978 board Excellent condition, $60.00 2516
1968 DODGE POLARA 2Dr
Call 771-3633
HDTPATR&H, New Tires New
Sale 1970 SUZUKI 250cc Like 1974 SUZUKI GT 380L Perfect ,
Tire Almost
Trans & Muffler Knobby 3.25 x 18 new
,
'new, Norris, Self Contained Pick Condition, 2600ml. Crash-Sissy 70 CHEV, 2CR, 307, R&H, $650.00 388-2135 System Cheap, $10.00 Chrome RAILS for pick-up

up Camper, Baby Crib, Table, Bars, Helmets Included, assume Before 6PM 778-3086 truck $30.00 3-Speed BIKE $20.00

T' Stroller, Swing, Call 772-0919 payments plus $200 Kaufman 1972 VEGA WAGON Call 772.1706 after 4pm
Cecil X.506-507 or 264-1506 1972 750 SUZUKI In perfect

2 AQUARIUMS I Fish, Lights, condition. New paint job- R&HATACNew Tires, 50,000
miles $1500 or Best Offer 388-2135 MGB 1969 New Top, New Carpet,
Filter & Stand $35.00 Air Conditioner OAK HILL PARKImmaculate3BR Fantastic Price just $1,000 call Metallic Blue. $1,600.00 Will talk

18,000 BTU, 220 Outlet. 2BA, Many extras. Home for 2768 '
RIDE needed from trade for Pickup. EXT 3543 NAS
Runs good. $25.00 Call Ext 105-6 or Sale. Husband deploying. Wife urgently
Jax. during working hrs.
Lakewood to
387.2391 after 5pm and Child to live In Europe. All Ride Needed from the Oaks Apts NAS Mornings and

Financing can be arranged. Call (Arlington) to Civilian Per some evenings. Please call 1971 HONDA'CB.loo' 4600 miles,

For Sale: REFRIGERATOR, for details and Appt. 772-9552 sonnel Department (Bldg 907)). Marilyn Ext 3254 0730 to 1600 Good Condition, 95 MPG, $300.00or

10.6CF; Bookcase; oil paintings; 0730 1600 Mon thru Fri 772-2320 best offer. X3244 between
For Sale 25" Phllco COLOR 350 4CyUnder, 73 HONDA must
Knick-knacks; Fireplace Irons : 8:00AM: & 4:00PM:

brass; Call 264.1894 after 6:00: or CONSOLE, Solid State, Med. 1969 MGB Racing GreenAMFMRadio sell Good condition 731.1168 after ..........

weekends Cabinet, 9 months old; was Wire WheelsDetachableHard 5pm FREE Blk & Wht Male Cat

$600.00 Sell for $300.00 Call Top-Convertible Top, Gentle w-Kids, w-Food. STOVE

67 FORD FIDO 6Cyl. Pick up LWB Reeder, 771.3211 Ext 287 Tonneau Cover Ext 3061 $1450.00 For Sale: Outdoor SWING SET Good Cond $25.00 Ava. Sept 7,

W-Custom Made Camper Shell. $10.00 Water Pik $5.00 Collectionsof 1974 Ph 384.3555

Shell less than 1 yr. old Extra 1971 OPEL DELUX Station RUG: Short shag, beautiful blue U.S. and Foreign Stamps. Mint

Rack w-two Mattress'259-7475 Wagon AC-R&H 28,000 Miles 6'x9' Excellent condition $11 Call and cancelled Call 264.2842 after GARAGE SALE Misc. Appliances

23MPG Beautiful Condition 264- anytime 781.8008 5pm at 361 Hilltop Dr. Orange

For Sale: Remington Nylon 6978 Park Fri. & Sat. 264.4315

AUTOMATIC 22cal. Rifle, Like Drapes and matching fabric 2 AIR CONDITIONERS, 7,500 &
15,000 BTU For Rent: 3.BR.2B: HOUSE,
new Cond. $35.00 Call 772.1886 SHETLAND PONIES-One Mare covered CORNUS 10'wlde, 8'long- $50.00and $100.00 Call
Kitchen Equipped, Quiet
with Saddle and her one year old Green, insulated like new $50 Call 771-2634 Country
Living Xtra Large Fenced Yard,
For Sale-Portable Filly. $75 PH 264-9425 anytime 781.8008FRIGIDAIRE
TYPEWRITER Underwood Will Sell outright for $$3,000.00 or Beautiful Shade Trees, Low

$10.00 Call 771-3211 Ext 8134 Mon 72 PINTO WAGON, luggage DE LUX Side-by- Trade for Equal value Dodge -. Utilities. CII Mrs. Stein 3063 9-4:30:

thru Frl 9.2 Ask for Agnes rack. R&HACAT, trailer hitch, Side Frostless, 11/2 yr.Old Van-Jeep or sailboat for 1972 or 771.1231 after 5.

new tires, new battery, $1995 22cu.ft.GoldEx.Cond.. $350 Call Super size Winder w-135hp

For Saie-MOTORCYCLE 1912 Brewer, Ext. 2603 or 389-6911 778.2385 MERC Green metal Full Equip. Antique Square GRAND PIANO
Made 1842, William Bourne of
Triumph Tiger, Call 786.3231 Tilt Trailer Ext 2830 by

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Jax--NWCA Jax 86 held their annual family picnic last

Saturday at the NAS Jax picnic grounds. .
After lunch, the 50 family members attending enjoyed ...
swimming races and volleyball.
Mrs. Dwight LaMar was chairman for the event.


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Chief Petty Officers Wives Club will meet

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Jax-The following is the winter schedule for swim

ming and lifesaving lessons that will be given at the NAS

Jax Indoor Pool: Jax-Volleyball week was Al\IEUll'\N. 1.I'AUlll': NAIIONALLUAOUKW) : :

FIRST SESSION: September 30, October very spirited with individuals W I LTRII'I'EItS I L
1,3,7,8,10,14,15,17,21,22 and 24. Tadpole 5:30: to 6:10: practicing on basics and 16" AnC01'No.::2 15 1 '
engaging in a pickup game. More ONES DUNCII 15 5 WOODPECKERS: No. 1 14 2
Beginner-6:15: to 6:40: Advanced Beginner- 6:45: to 7:25.:
vollcyballers are still being LATECIIAIIGEItS 14 6 RED LIONS 1 9} 7
SECOND SESSION: November 4,5,7,11,12,14, 6 HURRICANES 9 7
looked for so that a league can be NAMTD3032 14
18,19,21,25,26. and 28. Beginner 5:30: to 6:10: Inter- organized. Sign up now at Dldg. PIN DUSTERS 11 9 GEMS 8 .. 8
mediate-6:15: to 6:40: Swimmers 6:45: to 7:25.: 523 or call 7723127. DUSCH LEAGUERS 9 11 RAMRODS 8 8
THIRD SESSION: January 6,7,9,13,14,16,20,21,23,27,28and RAG PACKERS 8 12 LEPRECHAUNS 7 9
Basketball signees are now 12 REBELS 5 11
BUSHMAN
30. Senior Lifesaving 5:30: to 7:30.: 8
being sought for a Fall-Winter '
DUSCH DUDS No, 1 4 16 HAMMER SLAMMERS 4 11
FOURTH SESSION: February 3,4,6,10,11,13, League.Girls between the ages of FICEUR 1 19 BUSCH BUDS No.2 T15
17,18,20,24,25 and 27. Junior Lifesaving 5:30: to 7:30.:: 14 and 17 and boys 11 thru 17, call
772-3127 or come by the Depen CONTINENTAL LEAGUE ATLANTIC LEAGUEW
FIFTH SESSION: March 3,4,6,10,11,13,17,18,20,24,25and dent Recreation Center to sign up W L L

27. Tadpole 5:30: to 6:10: Beginner 6:15: to 6:40: or receive more Information THUNDERBOLTS 11 5"SOO" DRAGONSLAYERS 13 3
SEABEES No.1 5
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11 9
Advanced Beginner 6:45: to 7:25.:
The Teen Club's yearly electionof ZEROS 10 6 MARINE BKS 10 6 \

SIXTH SESSION: March 31, April officers will be held at 4 p.m. SIX PACK 10 6 BATMEN 9'7
on Wednesday,September 11, at BUDMEN 9 7
FLEET ANGELS
No.1 10 6
1,3,7,8,10,14,15,17,21,22 and 24. Beginner : 5:30: to 6:10: the Dependent Recreation DIRTBAIJ..S 9 7 CONTROLLERS No. 1 8 8

Advanced Beginner 6:15: to 6:40: Intermediate 6:45: to Center. Adult chaperones are LOOSE ENDS 7 5 NARJAX 7 9

7:25.: needed; support your Teen Club BALLERS 1 9 FALCONS 6 10

... Registration will begin September 9, 1974 at Bldg. 523. by volunteering your services.Get ROTORllEADS 6 10 FASO 6 10
You must register in person. There is a $3.00 involved by calling 772-3197 THE TEAM 4 8 HOSPITAL 1 15
or see Mr. Mathews at Bldg. 523.
registration fee. SCREWBALLS 3 17
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SPLITMAKERS 14 2

LATEE TALK (iaruC((( ( alttlt. SEAHORSES 13 3
SEABEES No.2 8'8

CONTROLLERS No.2 7' 9 ,
Jox-Not a single rain drop marred the monthly event of the men's BLIND BATS 7' 9
h NAS Golf Association last Sunday at NAS Jax. Thirty-eight golfers CPOS 6 10
participated in a sweepstakes tournament with full handicap.Winnersfor ADCOP No.1 4 12
low net were: Bob Austin ((1st), Norm Luther ((2nd), Gene Mac- GRUNTS 4 12
Donald ((3rd) and Jack White ((4th).Winner of the low gross was Jack FLEET ANGELS 3 17
THGROVE Allen.Pet Grosskopf was second.Barry Williamson won closest to the

pin and Gene MacDonald won longest putt. JAX 200 Club
The annual Junior-Senior Golf Tournament will be held Sunday,
September 8.Entry fee is$2.00 for seniors.Seniors must be 18 years of AMERICAN LEAGUE
age or older.The tourney will be selective drives then alternate shots.A Perrle Boren 202 NAMTD 3032
CONDOMINIUM HOMESTwo cookout will follow at 4 p.m. Anyone interested should call 772-3249 Bill Hall 231 Late Chargers
Foard Parsons 202 Late Chargers
for information.
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
and Three Bedroom Condominiums Volunteers are urgently needed to pull weeds on the new greens at George Humbert 216 Six Packs

Priced from 24, 518 the golf course.Anyone interested should call the pro shop. Lee"Trojan .)213,";..:Oirtballjt.,.,, ,< t I
. The kickoff coffee of the Women's Golf Association at NAS Jax will Carlos Swain 204 "500" ?i
2 & 27* both,. woll to wall carpets, pool, clubhouse lighted tennis be held at 10 a.m. September 6 at the golf course.Anyone interested in ATLANTIC LEAGUE'Jim
court, quiet wooded area Only 5% down. A to live.in Middle 200 Budmen
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the Golf Association and with the
Joining playing gals is urged to at- Bill Argo 216 Budmen
beautiful prestigious Orange Park Come see them today 1 to 5
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1270 Gn AvenueCwncr el(DeBarry Avenue out, all you women golfers, add join the fun! Rodger Gardner 211 Batmen No.1 1
Or ne Park.Florida .
Special mention this month goes to Dave Clark with two eagles over Ron St. Jacques 207 FASO
South on U S 17 to Orange Pork Turn right on K.ogtlty Are one rude lo Grove Pork PACIFIC LEAGUE
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FOOTBALL ,
two games STANDINGSAMERICAN

Jax-The Woodpeckers of VP-49 then stops MAR

lost their first two contests of the LEAGUE NATIONAL

season but quickly made up for VW-4 W L LEAGUE W L Jax-FICEUR made it four main weapon in their second win
lost time by picking up two wins FICEUR 4 0 NARJAX 3 0 wins in four tries with two more of the week as he scored three
last week. DENTAL 4 0 EAGLES 2 0 American League victories last touchdowns. Two-pointers were
VP-24 fell by an 8-0 score when MART 2 2 VP-49 2 2 week in NAS Jax intramural scored by Mark Ivy and James
E.p. Wells scored a touchdownand MARINE BKS p 2 lIS.l 0 1 touch football action. Smith. MARTD's' twelve points
a safety was attributed to lIC-2 2 VP-24 0 2 Air Ops hardly knew what hit were split up between Robert
W.L. Westphal. All the scoringtook 0 2 HOSPITAL 0 2VW4's them when FICEUR took a 20-6 Mercer and Robert Bennett.
place in the first half of the AIROPS 0 3 lead at halftime then went on to a
defensive battle. 40-6 win. Mark Ivy scored two of Narjax slaughters
The next game for VP-49 was record now 4-0 FICEUR's six pointers while the
also a display of defense rather Jax-VW-4 -- -- other four were scored by Hospital by: 40-0
than offense when they defeated won two games Aubrey Wilson scored a touch- Richard Gibney, Jim Henderson,
HS-112-0 for their second shutout against their American League down and a two-pointer, Martin James Smith and John Meyers. Jax-NarJax made their third
of the week. rivals last week to run their Keck a touchdown and Ward Meyers also scored the two point- victory without a loss an impressive
R.M. Lawn and E.D. Mobley record to four wins without a loss Rath a two-pointer. after-touchdown attempts for the one last week when they
each scored a touchdown for the and set up a showdown between Kirk Hansen scored a touch- winners. Ops first half score was sent Hospital to a 40-0 loss.
winners. themselves and FICEUR (also 4- down in the second half and Keith made by Kirk Hansen. No less than seven NarJax
0)) this week. Johnson added the twopointerfor Against MARTD, FICEUR players took part in the scoringas
The Hurricane Hunters shareda Ops only points. again jumped out to a big first Ken Tharp scored two touch-
Dental defeats common opponent with VW-4's victory over Dental half lead, 22-6, and it was that downs, P.T. Lewis, Jim Means,
FICEUR last week when they didn't come quite as easily when lead they had to rely on in the endas Leroy Boykins and Larry Place
met Air Ops and the results were both teams found themselves MARTD held their own in the scored one each while Marvin
Marine BarracksJaxDental close enough to each other to scoreless at halftime. Aubrey second half although losing Macki scored a two-pointer and
indicate that when the two meet it Wilson finally broke away for six finally by a 28-12 score. Mike Vickers was credited with a
could be quite a battle. points in the second half and that John Meyers was FICEUR's safety.
brought their Ops fell 30-8 to VW-4 when proved to be the only score of the 1 ,
record back to even par last week Hubert Pratcher scored two game as the Hunters were
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I VA-81 Sunliners presented Efficiency Award

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The Sunliners of VA-81 USS FORRESTAL (CVA- cycle at NAS Cecil Field scheduled sorties and colors. COMLATWINGONE's

were recently announcedas 59)) since March 1974. VA-81 competed in, and placed first in the Air Wingon comment of "Bestin

the A-7 community's Some of the highlights of won, it's third LATWING it's Nuclear Proficiency type" was especially

Airlant winners of the this period include the 1973 ONE bombing derby, with Inspection, second in the significant in that VA-81's
Battle Readiness Efficiency Med. cruise aboard LT Dave BELEW earning Electronic Warfare aircraft have an average

Award. The Battle FORRESTAL, where the highest honors as the Proficiency Inspection and flight hour age of 1,710
"E" successfully Sunliners won the golden LATWING ONE Jim third on the ORE hours, with 2 A-7s havingover
culminates the combined hook award for the highest Moran Professional Recognition Examination.In 2,000.

efforts and team-work of overall grade average for Aviator. February, VA-81

every man in the squadron carrier landings duringthe The 1974 ORE aboard received it's pre-
during an 18 month period cruise. The maintenance FORRESTAL was another deployment Corrosion During the current
from January 1973 through department madea deployment to the end of
succesful period as the Control Audit and passedthe
June 1974. Presently record 252 consecutive Sunliners flew 39 of 40 inspection with flying June 1974, the Sunliners

commanded by CDR R.E. sorties without a loss, and r- -... ..... -, -. -.-- flew the highest number of
VVHITBY, the Sunliners then flew another 225 sorties and flight hours in
have been deployed to the sorties. the Airwing. The motto

Mediterranean aboard During the turn around "Anytime Anyplace",
coupled with the
dedication of each man in
NO MONEY DOWN !
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Financing for E2'| and up! responsible for the Battle
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In 1973 many people who lost I

their lives In drowning accidentswere device available aboard.b by so doing the swimmer makes

considered to be swimmersof ( ) Wear a personal' flotation his way to safety with l less effort.

some degree, but they failed to device.c .

abide by one or more of the basic ( ) Wear a ski belt.: 8. (b) Although the use of the

water safety rules. legs sharply reduced in propel

e ANSWERS' ling the body, the body has about
B*aware of the swimming and 1. (c) Sudden great change is as much buoyancy without the

boating areas that have been designated a shock to the system. boots. .

as dangerous. 2.' (c) Exertion brings fatigue 9 (a) Water is a heavier
and loss of heat.
attention to the educa medium than air, hence the bodyin
pay t 3. b This takes
maneuver
)
iel (
provided by water is lighter than it was in
tional programs your
9 you away from the current and
air.
officials. f
safety conserves your energy so you can 10. (a) Federal law requiresthat

I Spend a few moments learn AIg7J\a swim back to shore in a straightline. each craft carry a U.S. Coast

ing,or refreshing your memory on Guard approved personal flota-

the "do's" and "don'ts" of water tion device except that racing
4. (b) A wooden rowboat or a
safety. fi shells must be accompanied by a
canvas canoe full of holes will still
m craft with devices for those
Along with its safety suggestions rry Z support the proper load each car- aboard both craft.

the Red Cross has issued ries normally. -

this two-minute test by which a 5. (c) Boats usually float. SCORING .
swimmer can test his or her 6 (a) The face down position Give yourself 2 points for each -

swimming knowledge: I enables you to float while you are correctly checked blank. The

relieving the cramped muscle. maximum score possible is 20. If
1. After a hard game of run 7. (b) Keep all the weight of you scored less than 16. better investigate

ning about on the shore and get- v .i water soaked clothing in the some water safety classes _

ting overheated the best. thing to :. water where it is lighter by far and !
do is:

(a) Run and dive into the waterto ,

cool off.b .
( ) Wade into the water gradu-

ally right away.c .
rnMtcmi
( ) Sit down on land until the rying a proper load in deep water jacket, shirt, 'trousers, etc., who
condition disap should
superheated
:
accidentally finds himself deep
pears. (a) Sink to the bottom. .water should swim to safety

(b) Float and still support pas- using:
2. To avoid succumbing in cold sengers. ._
(a) The American crawl.b .
) water a swimmer should: (c) Always be abandoned by .
( ) The breaststroke.c .
theE CUtll
(a) Swim rapidly to keep the passengers.
( ) The back crawl.
body warm. 5. You are out in a boat in 8. A person who has fallen into
( (b) Swim at a moderate pace to rough water and the boat cap water over his head while wear- .
the body warm. sizes. You
i keep should: ing rubber boots should:
(c) Move as little as possible to (a) Get away from the boat (a) Have to work_ real hard to 5323 Phillips Highway
stay afloat. tread water and call for help.b .
stay up. 737-8440
( ) Try to swim to shore. (b) Float readily as a rule.
3. You are swimming in heavy (c) Hang on to the boat. (c) Sink to the bottom and stay
surf and find yourself being car-
6. You are swimming in open there. NEW SHIPMENT ARRIVEDPRICES
ried out to sea. You should:
water and get a severe cramp in 9. A human body immersed in "-
; (a) Swim towards shore at an your leg. You should: water should become:"

I. angle.b (a) Roll over to a face down posItion (a) Lighter than it was on land.b *

and massage the aching ( ) Heavier than it was on STARTING 2229 P.aE''

( ) Swim to one side and not land.c.
against the current. part.b( ) Swim to shore. as quickly as ( ) The same weight! as on

(c) Stop swimming and float possible. land.
with the current. (c) Tread water and call for 10. All people aboard a boat. Some of our Toyotas get up to 30 miles to thee

4. A wooden rowboat with a help. canoe, or sailboat should by law: gallon. What does your present car get?

bole through the bottom and car.DEER 7. A person fully clothed in (a) Have a personal flotation


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